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In addition to the provisions of § 152.15 above, the following requirements shall apply to signs in the various use districts as follows:
Signs Permitted and Requirements
For each dwelling unit, name-plates not exceeding six square feet in area, indicating name of occupant are allowed including those signs advertising home occupation as defined in § 154.002 of this code.
For structures other than dwelling units, one identification sign not exceeding ten square feet, total area, is allowed.
(“R” Districts cont'd)
For rental and/or management offices in a multiple housing development, one identification sign not exceeding six square feet, total area, is allowed.
In “R-M” Districts, ground or wall signs not exceeding 18 square feet, total area, indicating the name of multiple housing projects shall be permitted provided that no ground sign shall be located closer than 100 feet to any property line in any adjacent single family district.
T-1, B-1, B-3, B-4, W-M, and P-1 Districts
Accessory ground signs, provided they shall not be located closer than 100 feet to any property line of any adjacent residential district and provided that they not be larger than 50 square feet, are allowed.
For each office unit occupying a building, one wall sign is allowed.
For each office building, one wall sign and/or one ground sign indicating the name of the building, business or firm.
Accessory ground signs provided they shall not be located closer than 200 feet to any property line of any adjacent residential district are allowed.
Wall signs, provided they shall not project above or beyond the highest point of the roof or parapet of a building are allowed.
Non-accessory ground signs not exceeding 300 square feet in area, shall be permitted but shall not be located closer than 200 feet to any public right-of-way line and provided further that there shall be not less than 1,000 feet between non-accessory signs located on the same side of a right-of-way.
(Ord. passed 6-14-88)